With a recent acquisition, Herman Miller Inc. aims to push far deeper into the consumer furniture market to generate annual sales in excess of a half-billion dollars in the years ahead.
While Lake Michigan Credit Union is making its first foray out of Michigan with a mortgage lending office in Mishawaka, Ind., that doesn’t necessarily mean the organization will open branch locations outside of its home state, executives said.
A quarterly survey indicates that slow growth remains the norm for the office furniture industry, although executives feel pretty good about business prospects in the near term.
If your company either already has or is looking to create a workplace wellness program, Heather Brazee suggests that you make it about your employees and not just about saving the company money.
As the annual open-enrollment period approaches for 2015 policies, employers will begin making decisions in the coming weeks about employee health benefits in preparation for renewing their policies.
Western Michigan University will begin offering classes in Kalamazoo next year for first-year law students and plans to begin developing other programs under an affiliation with Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
After years of planning and preparation, Western Michigan University opens its new medical school this month, ushering in a new era for both the university and the health care and life science industries in Southwest Michigan.
An effort that began two years ago to nurture Southwest Michigan medical device startups has since taken on a broader reach that now extends across Michigan and even over state lines.
Borgess Health’s opening of a $26.9 million medical campus in Battle Creek provides not just expanded access to care for the region, but also a potential catalyst for nearby spin-off development.
Two years after elevating its work to drive lean processes throughout the organization, Spectrum Health is seeing the financial benefits.